This video posted in 2010 was the Grand prize winner of the Philips Parallel Lines ‘Tell It Your Way’ international competition! It’s a short video with little speech, but it says so much more. Remember, we are all people and should love one another.
This touching video is from June, but just went viral now across the web. Beagle Freedom Project is on a mission to rescue beagles who are used in experimentation and research laboratories. About this video, they say, ‘These beagles have known nothing except the confines of metal cages. ARME (Animal Rescue Media Education) got the call that a facility was willing to release them to us after they had been used in several tests.’ Read more on HuffingtonPost.
At his largest, John hit 360 pounds. He was a big guy. He admits he was obese. But after years of hard work, he’s lost the weight. He has truly gone from obese to beast, and that’s what he calls his YouTube channel. But even though he’s lost so much weight, he still has some big insecurities. The worst is his loose skin which literally hangs off his now skinny body. He talks about losing the weight and the struggles of skin issues in this instant viral video.
When 9-year-old Jacob Marshall was diagnosed with terminal leukemia, his final wish was to meet his hero, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The wrestler and movie star heard about Jacob’s wish and decided to make his young fan’s dream come true. Eight years later, The Rock showed up to give his No. 1 supporter an amazing one-on-one.
Back in 2006, Jacob’s doctors gave him a week to live. Family, friends, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation reached out to the TheScorpion King star, hoping he could send a letter or signed DVD to Jacob. What happened was even better: The Rock himself showed up in person after eight years to spend time with his biggest fan.
A truly amazing visit for a truly amazing kid.
The Rock plays heroes on the big screen, but the most incredible hero he plays is the one in real life. He was only scheduled to spend 30 minutes with Jacob, but he ended up staying for over an hour.
“He’s a brave little guy,” The Rock said. “He should be out there running around with the other kids, and all I wanted to do was make his day a little brighter. I was happy to spend some time with him.”
Take note, Hollywood: It doesn’t require a lot to make a sick fan’s dreams come true. The Rock’s actions have proved that.